Vittitoe Appointed New CEO of Indian River Habitat
Indian River Habitat for Humanity today announced the appointment of Sheryl S. Vittitoe as their new President effective mid-April. To ensure a smooth leadership transition, Andy Bowler will work with Vittitoe until officially retiring the end of April.
Vittitoe will be leaving her post as Vice President of Financial Services and Chief Financial Officer at Indian River State College. In this role she has been responsible for: Facilities and Sustainability, Human Resources, Enterprise Risk Management, Regulatory Compliance, Auxiliary Services, and all fiscal functions of the College. Prior to that she was the President of a family owned company in Vero Beach.
Vittitoe holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Liberty University and is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Florida. She has hands on leadership experience, developing business opportunities, establishing financial stability, and identifying and implementing operational efficiencies.
Connie Poppell, Board Chair expressed the sentiment of the board in saying “Sheryl is the right leader to help us complete our commitment to the 5-year plan of serving 500 families in this county by 2020.” Vittitoe stated, “The mission of Habitat further supports my goal to give back to the community in which my family and I live, and provides an opportunity to put God’s love into action.”
Poppell also took this opportunity to thank Bowler for the leadership role he has played for 17 years in making Indian River Habitat one of the best performing affiliates in the country.
The local Habitat affiliate provides a helping hand to low income families who are willing to work to obtain a decent and affordable place to live, that can truly be a “Home” for their children.
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Director of Community Development